Plan a Cruise Getaway With Downunder Travel
Hop aboard a 15-day cruise around Asia, sail smoothly along several of Fiji’s 300 islands, or embark on a cruise offering a variety of activities such as diving or cultural excursions. Often travellers who visit bucket-list ticking destinations are looking to capture the entire essence of a culture, its beauty, ambiance and culture—and what better way to do this than with a cruise!
Many of the cruises in the South Pacific are specifically designed to glide through shallow seas; these cruises are small luxury cruise ships, offering a better ratio for service staff to guests and spacious, comfortable staterooms for an enjoyable voyage. We are proud to provide several cruises we sell are ran by locals themselves—these are staff members, entertainers, chefs, artisans and storytellers eager to welcome you to their homelands and learn about their cultural heritage.
If you’re looking for that all-inclusive experience, a cruise will tick that box; enjoy shipboard meals, a wide variety of entertainment options, turndown service, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and gratuities included in your cruise.
Make packing for your holiday a sinch—if you’re visiting many islands, a cruise is great in the sense that you won’t need to be unpacking each day; simply unpack once and keep everything else in your suite’s closet as if it were your moving hotel. Plus, often these cruises are in tropical regions, so it’s important to note that all clothing can be kept light and summery (with the exception of formal nights on some ships)!
Cruising also makes the perfect getaway if you happen to be celebrating a milestone or special occasion. Just got married? Honeymooning can be magical aboard! Commemorate you retirement, anniversary or birthday by arrange for custom amenities or arrangements like a cake or champagne delivered straight to your room.
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